Language lies at the core of communication. The various forms and function of language generates new awareness and also develops the new understanding of the perception of the world through the written, spoken and visual language in all different kind of texts. Distinctive Voices relate to the use of language affects interpretation and shape meaning within texts, depending on the textual medium. This can relate to register, tone, diction, dialogue, idiom, expression, context and the role played by silence. In Marele Day's "The Life And Crimes Of Harry Lavender", the use of the first person narrative voice. The composer Day immediately indicates that the reader will be seeing the event of the narrator's point of views and hearing about them through her distinctive voices. The voice of the setting of Sydney, context and the deliberate use of characters effectively reveal the distinctive voice of the Day, particularly emphasising in the gender roles and the black side of Sydney. "Into the Wild" by Jon Krakauer is a non-fiction biographical novel based on an American teenager Christopher McCandless and his inspirational journey to Alaska. Krakauer authoritatively uses the distinctive voice to reveal the voice of both McCandleness and Krakauer himself. The use of the distinctive voice portrays the personal story of McCandeless and generates the awareness of his own story to the world.
Characters in the novel are developed to the level where the reader is given some understanding of their motives. All the characters in the “Life and crimes of Harry Lavender” are colourful and very distinctive, the use of the characterisations covey different voices from the composer and the story itself. A dominant female character in what have been traditionally male roles is an interesting feature of texts. In the "Life and crimes of Harry Lavender" the character of Claudia, the use of the female's voices is very distinctive. It generates voices to represent ideas and...
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